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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-14-2008, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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Bassani Bronco Part Number Reference

I have been asked several times for Bassani Bronco Part Numbers and I thought that I would post them for everyones reference...

Bassani Bronco Header Part Numbers:
PN 50150B comes Chrome and is for an 86-96 302 engine.
PN 58150B comes Chrome and is for an 88-96 351W engine.

PN 50150BC comes Ceramic Coated and is for an 86-96 302 engine.
PN 58150BC comes Ceramic Coated and is for an 88-96 351W engine.


Bassani Bronco Flange Ring Part Number:
PN 150501 are the required Flange Rings used to connect OE Manifolds or small collector style headers on a 86-96 302/351W engine. Not required when using Bassani Headers.


Bassani Bronco Y-Pipe Part Numbers:
PN 50150B2 and PN BX50150B2 comes w/o Cats and is for an 86-95 302 engine.
PN 58150B2 and PN BX58150B2 comes w/o Cats and is for an 88-95 351W engine.

PN 50150B3 and PN BX50150B3 comes with Cats and is for an 86-95 302 engine.
PN 58150B3 and PN BX58150B3 comes with Cats and is for an 88-95 351W engine.
PN 58156B3 and PN BX58156B3 comes with Cats and is for a 96 351W engine.

Please note that all have the B2 option (Off-road w/no Cats), except for the 96 351W.


Bassani Bronco Aft-Cat Part Numbers:
PN 50150B5 and PN BX50150B5 comes stock Exit and is for an 86-96 302 engine.
PN 58150B5 and PN BX58150B5 comes stock Exit and is for an 86-96 351W engine.


Bassani Bronco Part Number System:
No Prefix = Bassani Xhaust/Stainless Steel
BX Prefix = Bassani BX Performance/Aluminized Steel
B = Headers Chrome
BC = Headers Ceramic Coating
B2 = Y-Pipe Off Road (no Cats)
B3 = Y-Pipe EFI (w/Cats)
B5 = Aft-Cat (Stock Exit)
50 = 302 engine
58 = 351W engine
150 = 86-95 302 / 88-95 351W engines
156 = 1996 351W engine

This information is clearly stated in the Bassani 2008 Catalog on pages 3 and 24, respectively. Accessories, including Universal X-Pipes, start on page 37. The 2008 Bassani Catalog link is located on the main page of their website. http://www.bassani.com
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Sweet deal man, thanks!
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Great info, thanks!
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Somebody should pin this to the tech articles sticky thats in place.

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Somebody should pin this to the tech articles sticky thats in place.

Seriously, everyone is asking about bassani stuff. Too expensive for my taste, Im goin fully custom with my exhaust
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Does anyone have the diameter and length info on the Bassani headers? I can not get any info on their web sight, not even their e-mail...
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Question

do they make headers with no egr tube for 351w/1990/e40d
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I noticed that they don't make a y pipe with no cats for a 95 351W but they do all they way up to a 95.. what makes it fit a 95 and not a 96?
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I noticed that they don't make a y pipe with no cats for a 95 351W but they do all they way up to a 95.. what makes it fit a 95 and not a 96?
AFAIK, the difference with the 96 is three O2 sensors opposed to one. My 96 has a right and left bank O2 sensor at the top of my Y-pipe and a third O2 sensor after the cat.
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96 has a O2 sensor after the cat. So just get with the bassani high flow cat. Its nicely made. You will like it. I have one.
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I found this thread in search, the y pipe(50150b2) is coming up with a cat. Is this correct?
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Bassani sight said y-pipes are no longer available, and autoanyting said they cant get them either. doing a 351 swap w pacesetter header and dont know what to do. I know that a shop could make one but what am i going to do about braking in the new motor with no exhaust or o2 sensor?
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Here is a Bassani 58150B3 (w/Cat) and a Bassani 58150B2 (w/o Cat) available from Amazon.com through DotComParts, Inc.. They state that they have 10 of each available...

Cheaper to go directly to DotComParts, Inc.
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Nice List should add that the 58156B3 N/A for the 96 351W with the cat, I can't seem to find one anywhere.
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Please note, any of the headers Seattle posted will work on 80-85/86 Bronco's/F-150's if you swap your Y-pip to a ball socket flange style.

So Bassani is no longer producing F-150/Bronco Y-Pipes?

I wonder if they are still producing my X-pipe?PN BX58150L = Dual Exhaust X-Pipe for 1993-1995 Lightning
This X-pipe will fit 80-96 Bronco's with some miner trimming. (It's to long) and 80-96 F-150's with no modification.

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Seriously, everyone is asking about bassani stuff. Too expensive for my taste, Im goin fully custom with my exhaust
What's a custom made Y-pipe run lately? I personally Like the fact I dont have to take my Bronco to any shop and leave it when I can R&R exhaust parts right in the confort of my own garage while drinking a cold one. I called up one shop the other day and he wanted any where from 450-550 for one. I have used Bassani many years and wish they still made what I needed, it would have been worth it to me.
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So Bassani is no longer producing F-150/Bronco Y-Pipes?

I wonder if they are still producing my X-pipe?PN BX58150L = Dual Exhaust X-Pipe for 1993-1995 Lightning
This X-pipe will fit 80-96 Bronco's with some miner trimming. (It's to long) and 80-96 F-150's with no modification.
Go to lmperformance.com and search '58150' and they ALL come up, both the aluminized and stainless versions, with and without cats & muffler.
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A lot of People are still listing Bass. Y-pipes for sale. but if you call them and tell them that bass. doesn't make them anymore and they will put you on hold and then come back and tell you that they dont have them either.
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I recently called Bassani after several emails to customer support, I was looking to order replacement inserts for there stainless steel header gaskets.
I was told in a less than courteous manner they are no longer available and had discontinued production of parts for older vehicles. Not really surprising since the newest Bronco is now 15+ years old but you would think the catalogs would be updated showing that parts have been discontinued, and supply is limited to remaining stock.

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I was told in a less than courteous manner
Poor customer service is how they lost my Header business.
http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=52921

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